Faculty will take an interdisciplinary approach in administering the bachelor of science in data analytics. Successful students must demonstrate applied skills in computer science, data representation, and program analysis.
They must also demonstrate an understanding of critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills that are supported by data. Students have to apply their knowledge from one area to various problems, and communicate ideas effectively.
Pomerene and Oxely halls, two of Ohio State’s oldest buildings, are under construction to make way for the new Data Analytics facility. The renovations are funded by the state capital budget.
Jaccii Barmer is an editorial intern at eCampus News.